Destry (1964– )
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Destry stops into a ghost town to visit his old friend, saloonkeeper Bessie Hawkins and the young girl she raised as her own daughter after her mother died in childbirth. Destry tries to ... See full summary »

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Charles Macaulay ...
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Sam Bender
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Anthony Payne
Charles Reade ...
Ike
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Leroy Johnson ...
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Destry stops into a ghost town to visit his old friend, saloonkeeper Bessie Hawkins and the young girl she raised as her own daughter after her mother died in childbirth. Destry tries to help the pretty woman deal with a the child's wealthy real-life grandfather who has journeyed from Boston to take her back and a spurned suitor who plots with two drifters to kidnap the youngster. Written by David Bassler

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6 March 1964 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Harrison Destry: In the West I know, a man could get hurt in a lot of ways - trampled, shot, hung, busted up, starved, died of thirst, surprised by Indians - a lot of dangers. The most dangerous of all... well, let me put it this way. I knew a fellow once; he was the fasted gun in the West; threw the strongest punch in the West; had the richest gold claim in the West... he also had the softest head in the West. Didn't know real danger when he saw it. Real danger, my friend, is a woman.
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